Motovision Racing has announced that they will field Suzuki machinery in both the 2004 British and World Championships.

Tanel Leok and Antoine Letellier will represent the team in each series, with Estonian Leok switching to the premier MX1 GP class aboard an RM250. The former World Junior Champ has already proven to be a front runner in the bigger class and aims to a regular top ten contender. Letellier has set similar targets for the MX2 class.

Motovision will also support two British riders, Oliver Sandiford-Smith and Ben Taylor. At only 15 years of age, Sandiford-Smith is regarded as one of the hottest young talents to have emerged out of the UK in recent years, while Taylor will continue with Motovision after a strong season in 2003. The pair hope to learn from their GP team-mates.

"I am very excited and happy," said team owner Mark Chamberlain of his 2004 plans. "We have an exciting young team and will try our best to create a family atmosphere where the riders can thrive and focus on their racing.

"With riders from Estonia, France and the UK, and staff members from the UK and South Africa, we are a truly international outfit," he added. "We wish to thank Suzuki and our other major sponsors for the faith that they have placed in us. We are going to have fun, but we are serious about delivering results!"